How to make Keto "Corn Syrup", Just 4 ingredients


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Full recipe: https://2krazyketos.com/2022/02/16/keto-corn-syrup/ Ingredients needed: Allulose: https://amzn.to/3LCwmwT Cream of …

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  1. KATE SAMM
    KATE SAMM says:

    Baklava? Anyway to give it a honey flavor? Also maybe some fruit flavored syrups ala choc zero. As a prediabetic, I'm a little concerned about their use of soluble corn fiber. Also per T. Delauer, allulose is supposed to mitigate the rise in bg from fruit so that would be a plus. Thanks.

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  2. carnivore grammy
    carnivore grammy says:

    some days I wish I was keto lol! thx for this awesome recipe. I feel like I can make some goodies for my mom and if I decide to taste test I won't be going completely off the rails. I woukd make homemade almond roca

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  3. Joanna Rippon
    Joanna Rippon says:

    I’m coming back from a 40 pound gain after falling off the Keto train 🚂 😩 I’m sugar addicted again but once I get things under control I see this in my future. I’m dying to try those gummy bears 🐻 I’ll be hunting for keto dessert recipes where I can use (kcs) keto corn syrup. @2krazyketos do you think you could do a video of some easy keto treats we could make using (kcs) keto corn syrup? Things like mini muffins or fat bomb type treats? BTW: I love your recipe videos. You explain things easy & get right to the point. Joe, I also love the recommendations you give. Giving us variety and making us think. (The longer I watch you both the more I see just how alike we all are. Joe, I too have little self control when it comes to many food items: & like you Rachel, I can eat a ton! Ashamed? I think not!😂
    I love a good bargain and if I can help it, I don’t ever pay full price for anything. I actually am proud, like you Rachel, when I find a good deal!😃)

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  4. hana277
    hana277 says:

    Thank you so much for this recipe! Now I’m excited to see your gummy recipe if you decide to share it. That was my candy of choice in the old days, and I miss it sometimes!

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  5. Julie McCartt
    Julie McCartt says:

    I can’t find cream of tarter anywhere here. Shelves are empty! Weird. I never used it until I began making PSMF bread. I am completely out and sure hope it’s back in the stores real soon.

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  6. Andrew Allen
    Andrew Allen says:

    OMG!!! Thank you for this!
    My childhood dessert was a bowl of peanut butter and corn syrup mixed in until a thick soup consistency.
    Might explain why I needed to lose weight in my late 20’s 🤣

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  7. RV thereyet?
    RV thereyet? says:

    I've been working on perfecting a swedish fish type candy, which is a very specific, somewhat elusive texture, but I'm gonna get there =) I'm not real keen on the gummy bear texture, as in the more bouncy/rubbery feel, yet I do realize there is a whole range for what is considered "gummy bear". I would also suggest this for homemade licorice maybe, & actually will be picking that back up later. I absolutely love black licorice, also a tricky one imho. I think this would be good for caramel candy, & possibly even the toffee/cracker candy that's so popular. Great post guys~ thanks!

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